Moving towards its final moments, A Million Little Things it brings some plots to be addressed in these episodes, but others are just passing and does not show much the path that will be followed. At least the best of them since its inception is that of Regina and Rome and fatherhood.
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The couple evolved the desire very well this year and Eve’s arrival brought more affection for them to deal with the baby that will come, but at the same time they will have to disconnect from the girl, who is becoming very attached to them and I even fear that she gives up on putting the baby up for adoption.
Shelly, Regina’s mother, is the one who has the most down to earth in this regard, finding the bond they created very strange. The series handled this very smoothly, but it is necessary to make this clear, this link with the mother and the family that will adopt the child.
Eve decided to walk away when she saw Rome freaking out, thinking he won’t be a good father, while Regina tries to show that he will be and she ends up getting on the subject and making it clear that she will have to walk away so as not to get hurt.
Eddie has a very strange plot involving the death of a friend and he starts to remember moments with the help of his sister, Lindsay, but the plot does not involve us, while his story with the music and Dakota seems sloppy.
Kath is more focused on setting up her own law firm and is growing little by little, but the cool thing is to see that she starts to gain a bigger and more personal panorama, even if Darcy’s entry brings a relationship to Gary. So much so that the two get more together and learn each other’s problems.
And since she has to have drama, when Maggie is ready to talk to Gary, especially with her trip to Oxford, she sees him happy with Darcy … There is a lack of communication and a lot of drama in the final episode.
It was also nice to see that Sophie and Delilah are maturing communication more.
Let’s see what the final moment of A Million Little Things…